Charging docking rugged tablet
Charging docking rugged tablet Brand Name: Kcosit.
Model Number: Charger Dock
Powered Mounting Docks for Rugged Tablets
Charging docking rugged tablet Powered Docking Systems
Rugged tablets have batteries, and many have the potential to last through an entire work shift. But when running numerous applications, and with work days often running longer than eight hours, sometimes batteries can’t keep up. There’s nothing worse than trying to get work done and running into issues because the battery in your rugged tablet died. This is when having a powered dock helps.
Not all powered docks are complicated and expensive. Sometimes it’s as simple as adding a charger that plugs directly into the auxiliary power outlet in your car or truck. In other situations, you may need something more specialized.
Many available powered mounting docks offer additional or reinforced ports that increase the functionality or ruggedness of your tablet. Those particular mounts need to be hardwired to the battery of the vehicle to draw enough power to operate the tablet. In these scenarios, you need to make sure you have the proper equipment. Power converters and proper clamps and brackets will ensure your tablet remains safe and functional.
If you are mounting your tablet to a forklift, it’s vital to know what kind of forklift you are operating. There are powered docks that can be hardwired directly to the forklift battery, but you need to know how much power the forklift battery is pushing out.
Too little and the tablet won’t charge, too much could damage your tablet. You may need to purchase a power converter to avoid too much power being transferred to the tablet. There are several types of forklifts, each with different battery voltage ranges. It’s important to know the forklift specifications to ensure you use the proper equipment to keep your tablet safe.
A rugged tablet is designed to be mobile. Depending on the design of the powered dock you choose, you may sacrifice that mobility. There are many docks available that allow you to mount your tablet, keep it secure, and won’t limit the mobility of your tablet. With a quick snap of a switch or flip of a lever, you can take the tablet with you. MobileDemand’s powered forklift/vehicle mount for the popular xTablet T1680 illustrates this point.
GOLE F7 is a rugged Windows 10 Pro tablet with a 10.1″ touchscreen display, an Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Cherry Trail processor, and “triple-proofed” with resistance to shocks, waterproofness, and dustproofness (see full specs). The tablet also comes with various features that can be useful to industrial use cases.
The Charging docking rugged tablet company sent me a sample fitted with 4G, a QR and bar code scanner, and a fingerprint print, as well as a separate charging dock.
I’ll first have a look at the device and its hardware features in the first part of the review before trying it out with Windows 10 Pro in the second part that will focus on special features and ruggedness.
All ports are covered to make the tablet dust-and-waterproof, and I could easily pull those to reveal USB, Ethernet and a COM port on one side…
a 3.5mm audio jack, micro HDMI port, micro USB port, USB 3.0 port and power jack on the other. If you need to use any of the ports IP67 waterproofness obviously goes out of the window on the exposed side.
The tablet comes with a 5V/3A power supply and a user manual in English.
If we look at the back of the tablet we’ll see NFC support, the camera, a fingerprint sensor,
There are two rubber pads placed on the dock with a protective film which can be peeled off if you intend to leave the tablet in place all the time.
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